Miro is the virtual whiteboard, without the whiteboard BS
Updated July 18, 2022

Miro is the virtual whiteboard, without the whiteboard BS

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

We use Miro for collaboration amongst team members as we ideate on product strategy and enhancements, and discuss operational process improvements within our organization. I also personally use Miro to organize my thoughts (brain dump) and the mind maps are awesome. I've introduced them to several other colleagues and they've been a great way for us to solve problems. I use it almost daily in some way.
  • Mind maps are freakin' awesome. I've hooked several other colleagues on them as well.
  • Quickly layout processes and easily update them as needed.
  • Collaboration is awesome as well. Allowing the team to come in and collaborate on ideas in real time has really helped connect us in a remote-first workplace.
  • The number of templates that are available is great.
  • The team boards page can get a little overwhelming once you develop a lot of content. It would be great to create folders of similar boards.
  • Can be a little pricey for small start ups.
  • The desktop app can be a little fickle from time to time.
  • The interface is a little busy. There's a lot of functionality offered in the product and a better way to make it accessible to the user, without so many initial options might improve the UI.
  • Definitely has improved productivity.
  • The templates such as mind maps has really allowed us to visually explore all of the possible solutions and select the most appropriate.
No insights really. I signed up for a trial and the product was immediately available. When I upgraded to a paid license, the boards I had created were still available. It was super simple.
I plan to look into integrations in the future.
It's allowed us to continue to collaborate as if we were all together using a whiteboard. But as I said, it's actually better than a whiteboard due to the unlimited space available.

There's been many occasions where I've taken a screenshot of our application, thrown it into Miro, and worked with our UX/UI Designer by marking up the image. Pair Miro with a stylus and it's just an incredible experience.

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Miro is great for teams that want to quickly collaborate on ideas and need the flexibility to adjust them in real time. It's a virtual whiteboard. In fact, it's better than a whiteboard because you can add as much content as you want to the board without running out of space.
The templates provide a great jump start for users that aren't familiar with some processes or methodologies. (I.e., mind maps, Kanban, jam boards, customer journey maps, etc.)
With that said, I have struggled in the past when trying to have non-technical users join in on collaboration. I found that I spent a lot of time explaining to them how to do things.